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Beware ! If your pet requires dental surgery - extractions, anesthesia, medications, etc. HealthyPaws will pay nothing since they consider it as Dental and not Surgical. My previous pet Insurance company would at least reimburse for surgery and anesthesia for dental...
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2.9
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  • Does not pay for surgery if related to dental
#1086575
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This company has increased my policy over time, to over $50.00 per MONTH for a single dog. Nearly ($650) a thousand dollars a year. When I first got the policy a year and a half ago it was about $40.00 . It has rose ever since. Even though I've never made a claim. A...
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2.4
#1047927
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RIPOFF! I've been paying this policy religiously for two pets for several years. They've made thousands off of me. When one of my pets needed surgery, I had to fork out thousands. The process took a ridiculously long time and I was only reimbursed less than 15% of what...
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We apologize that it took longer than usual to process your claims. All claim decisions are based off of your pet’s medical records and it took a few attempts on our part to h...

1.0
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  • Will try to pay as little as they can and will take forever
#920153
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Healthy Paws pet insurance ripoff
Healthy Paws pet insurance ripoff
My dog was limping. I took her to my vet who noted she showed hind leg lameness. I decided to wait a few weeks to have x-ray taken in hopes she just injured herself running. Limping was more pronounced as time went by so I brought her in for the xrays. 6 x-rays cost...
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Your pets insurance coverage/policy had to be in effect prior to any limping being noticed. If you can get a written statement from your vet stating that your dog had no notic...

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We're never happy when we have to deny a claim for one of our clients. Healthy Paws makes every effort to be transparent about the limited exclusions of our policy. Those excl...

2.0
Monticello, New York
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  • Theyre main objective is to find a way to not pay a claim
#727860
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I purchased health insurance for my pets last october '12. I knew when I got it that any of the situations my pets had previously would not be covered. Illnesses or injuries of any sort. Reasonable on the insurance company's part. My one pet gets frequent urinary...
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The one knee-*** action you can ALWAYS count on from Healthy Paws is that any claim you submit will be a preexisting condition, meaning they will deny your claims every time! ...

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